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COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say

"A new study estimates that nearly 20 million lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year Scientists at imperial college London used data from a 185 countries excepting China to create their model The main finding was that a catastrophic 19.8 million COVID-19 deaths were prevented by the vaccination effort in the first 12 months That includes 1.9 million people in the United States alone The model was based on estimates of how many more deaths than usual occurred using only reported deaths the number saved to still a staggering 14.4 million lead author all over Watson We estimate that one in 5 deaths that occurred due to COVID-19 in low income countries would have been prevented if those targets had been reached Out of Ben with the university of Bristol medical school says the findings underscore both the achievements and the shortcomings of the vaccination campaign We can't just say oh well we've learned what to do now and just give them access to everyone and be fine It's more complicated than that I'm Jennifer King

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Judge approves $1B+ deal in deadly Florida condo collapse

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Judge approves $1B+ deal in deadly Florida condo collapse

"A deal has been approved in the deadly Florida condo collapse A judge has given final approval to a settlement of just over a $1 billion for victims of the collapse of a Florida beachfront condo building that killed 98 people The deal comes just one day before the one year anniversary of one of the deadliest building failures in U.S. history Most of the money will go to people who lost family members in the collapse about a $100 million is earmarked for legal fees and 96 million is set aside for owners who lost one of the 136 units in the building I'm Shelley Adler

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Alan Dershowitz: Jan. 6 Hearings Not Far From McCarthyism

Mark Levin

01:10 min | Last week

Alan Dershowitz: Jan. 6 Hearings Not Far From McCarthyism

"They put on president Trump's speech but they doctored the speech and they left out the words I want you to go to the capitol and patriotically and peacefully let your voices be heard So even if you hear one side like for example in a grand jury if a prosecutor ever did that put forward a tape and doctored it they'd be disciplined perhaps this Bard and that's what's going on here You hear these accusations being made not only by the committee but by their handpicked narrative espousing CNN CNN just repeats everything they say And then they put Larry tribe my former colleague on and he says well president Trump was guilty of attempting to murder vice president Pence Nobody responds Nobody answers If a law student ever said that on a first year criminal law exam they fail Even with great inflation So what we're hearing is a completely one sided presentation And I'm a Liberal Democrat I voted for Biden and I voted for Clinton And I find this thing unacceptable and intolerable and that throwback to mccarthyism

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Woke Athletes Should Stick to Sports

The Officer Tatum Show

01:55 min | Last week

Woke Athletes Should Stick to Sports

"Men and women, the people of America, I am sick and tired of athletes. And coaches who supposed to be shooting three pointers, supposed to be coaching teams, congratulations to Steve Kerr. The only reason he won, he won, right? The only reason that he won because he was the Arizona alumni. But outside of that, you supposed to be doing your thing, but they putting their hands in a politics in ways in which I think are rooted in stupidity. Steve Kerr came out and said and cried about good laws and just country. Enough is enough. And then he runs off the stage. And then Joe burrows, I love that kid, man. If y'all don't know it's the Bengals quarterback right now, I love them when he was in college, LSU won the national championship. I said, man, that kid got hard. Come back season. It was amazing. He got drafted number one overall. He got obliterated his first year because officer line was blocking as if they only had one leg. And then he came back and he went to the championship and I rooted for him. I said Joe burrow, I hope that you win this thing and be an upset. You know, be a part of an upset victory. However, I have since changed my mind because I believe he's going to walk in and woke. So I don't believe me. Wrote a clip. You know, you're not going to outline everything you got to at least make it harder to get those crazy guns that everybody's using. I don't think you should be able to just walk in there and buy one. You got to be able to go through a rigorous process to be able to buy something like that, I think. So, you know, hopefully the people that get paid to make those decisions figure that out, my job is to play football, but hopefully the politicians can figure that one out.

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Bill Melugin: CBP Reports 50 Terror Watchlist Apprehensions in 2022

Mark Levin

01:15 min | Last week

Bill Melugin: CBP Reports 50 Terror Watchlist Apprehensions in 2022

"Today we get a report from Bill malusi and Fox Who looks at the most recent statistics from the abort patrol Records show there have been 50 people in the terrorist screening database arrested by the border patrol since October 1st That is the beginning of the federal calendar With four months left 50 Now in 2017 there were two 2018 there were 6 2019 there were three 2020 three 2021 Biden's first year 16 And 8 months into this fiscal year there have been 50 50 terrorists That had been captured Now there have been almost half a million got aways this year already Got aways meaning people who got through who we know nothing about And you have to assume that a certain number of those got aways are terrorists

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Maj Toure: There's a Larger Plan by Dems Behind Red Flag Laws

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

Maj Toure: There's a Larger Plan by Dems Behind Red Flag Laws

"This what they're doing showcases a bigger move on a chessboard and shows their general intent in regards to the lack of respect that they have for law enforcement that they say they love and care for so much Because they're not going to go to execute the red flag and get me out of north Philly where I live or any of my friends They're going to send law enforcement guys First year second year whatever they're going to send guys in there with firearms because someone said that I may have something And doing so where's that gun that you want to give to your son They don't care about law enforcement so much that they would send them in Texas in Florida and Georgia and Utah They would send these law enforcement officers to a place to violate someone's Fourth Amendment rights then violate their Second Amendment right Potentially putting those law enforcement officers at risk of death because the constitutional guys that I know that know that they just want to be left alone like old dudes Listen you need to whip or snap Leave the old dude alone He just wants to have his sandwich have a great day go to work and go home You keep poking that bear to those constitution freedom liberty loving Americans that are actually the salt of the earth Those are the people that you're picking on Veterans law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers retired and things like that People working class people to just want to do the right thing You'll send law enforcement officers there and you'll have a potential where there will be a standoff

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Maj Toure: How Red Flag Laws Would Violate 2nd & 4th Amendment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Maj Toure: How Red Flag Laws Would Violate 2nd & 4th Amendment

"Because they're not going to go to execute the red flag and get me out of north Philly where I live or any of my friends They're going to send law enforcement guys First year second year whatever they're going to send guys in there with firearms because someone said that I may have something And doing so where's that gun that you want to give to your son They don't care about law enforcement so much that they would send them in Texas in Florida and Georgia and Utah They would send these law enforcement officers to a place to violate someone's Fourth Amendment rights then violate their Second Amendment right Potentially putting those law enforcement officers at risk of death because the constitutional guys that I know that know that they just want to be left alone like old dudes Listen you need to whip or snap Leave the old dude alone He just wants to have his sandwich have a great day go to work and go home You keep poking that bear to those constitution freedom liberty loving Americans that are actually the salt of the earth Those are the people that you're picking on Veterans law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers retired and things like that People working class people to just want to do the right thing You'll send law enforcement officers there and you'll have a potential where there will be a standoff That's how much they don't care That's how much that they are willing to get power by any means because the vast majority of people will just comply because the general public wants to do the right thing We don't want to break laws We don't want to be violent We've generally aren't So with that being the case that just shows how much they don't care The irony is again same thing with these guys right in this stuff If they said you know what We really think these are weapons of war We want to principally say we don't even want law enforcement to have these If you really thought that you know why they wouldn't do that because they'd wind up having to say the same exact thing that we as firearms owners say

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Mark Levin Predicts Gas Prices Will Rise to $5 in a Week

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin Predicts Gas Prices Will Rise to $5 in a Week

"One year ago today a gallon of regular gasoline on average throughout the country was $3 and four cents Today it's $4 and 71 cents It went up four cents in one day I predict within 7 days it's going to hit $5 a gallon on average For regular Not premium not diesel They're way higher for regular the lowest level of gasoline In California today the average price for regular gasoline is $6 and 21 cents The Democrats want to turn us into California Where they control everything by super majorities Because they chased out the Republicans

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Social Security fund will be able to pay benefits one year longer than expected, Treasury says

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Social Security fund will be able to pay benefits one year longer than expected, Treasury says

"The go broke dates for a social security and Medicare have been pushed back The annual trustees reports for the two retirement programs say social security will be able to pay full benefits until 2035 That's a year longer than last year's estimate The projected depletion date for Medicare is trust fund for impatient hospital care move back two years from last year's forecast to 2028 The report says a stronger than expected economic recovery from the pandemic has had a positive impact

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Brandon Provides Some Stats From the K-12 School Shooting Database

The Officer Tatum Show

01:43 min | Last month

Brandon Provides Some Stats From the K-12 School Shooting Database

"One of my friends sent me this campus safety guideline that speaks about shootings, the last 51 years of data. So the naval postgraduate school and the center for homeland defense and security and also the fema is the federal emergency management agency. They maintain a database of K through 12 school shooting, let me say it again. The K through 12 school shooting database. They maintain a database with all the statistical data that you guys want to know. So I just want to give you a couple of talking points from that so you can have something to digest and think about when it comes to shootings in the United States of America. There's been 1900, I'll read it out properly. There have been 1924 school shooting incidents since 1970. 2021 had the greatest number of incidents with 246. The next highest year was 2019 at 119 since 1970 637 people have died in a shootings at schools. Additionally, one 1734 were injured and 73 suffered minor injuries. 2018 was the year with the highest number of people killed, including the shooter, with 51 people killed in one year from a school shootings. Also, and that was the year of obviously Stoneman Douglas shooting California, Texas, Florida, are the states with the most incidents. 1000 and 86 incidents occurred outside of school property and 67 occurred solely inside a

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New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last month

Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

"Corey Dan bongino called the sussman trial and the revelations that are being uncovered. The biggest political scandal in modern American history. I agree with that. Do you? I absolutely agree with it. And the fact that it isn't being covered in most of the press is because they know it's true. They know sussman lied to the FBI. They know the political hit job. And at minimum, they were complicit in this. I know. That came to. They knew this whole dossier was fake. The media did nothing to validate it. They took sussman at his word and they peddled information. Look, Michael, don't forget the guy who lied on the Pfizer applications who was an FBI employee. He liked a spy in Americans, got a one year probation. He still works at the FBI

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Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | Last month

Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People

"Back. I'm talking to doctor Douglas, petrovic, who is putting forward a thesis with a lot of evidence that, in fact, the world's oldest alphabet is Hebrew or what eventually became the Hebrew alphabet going back so far that it's almost incomprehensible to the 19th century BC. If you know anything about the evolution of language and alphabet, and we're going to get into that, it's gigantic news. And it proves the link between Egypt and the Hebrew people. So a lot of what you've discovered doctor petrovic, and by the way, thank you for being with us today. The reason it's so controversial is because it supports the Bible as history and there are a lot of people deeply invested in that not being right. And so you become their enemy and what you're putting out there. They want to debunk it. When did you in the course of your studies begin to see that you had something here that you could make this case? It goes back to 2012 and 2013. It all started when I was studying for my comprehensive exams for my PhD at the university of Toronto, which by the way, the major of my program was serial Palestinian archeology and the first minor was Egyptian language ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language. And then the second miners ancient near eastern religions, but all goes back to 2012 when all of a sudden out of nowhere I fell into evidence for Israelites in Egypt at the time of the exodus. I already knew the right time frame for this that it's the middle of the 15th century BC that they exit has happened in 1446 BC. And I knew the right place, which is the site of a virus. And what was discovered there were animal remains consisting of four different animals that you read about in excess 11 and 12, the time of the first Passover, the tenth plague on Egypt, dogs, cattle, sheep, and goats, and most of them were sheep and sheep and goats, and almost all of the sheep and goats died in their first year of age, which is exactly what the Hebrew Bible says was a requirement for the sacrificial animals. So in studying this in falling into this, you know, I consider it kind of like a gold mine that I fell into.

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Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:13 min | Last month

Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

"Even though these stories of the amityville horror house being haunted or subject to debate, there is very little doubt that Ronald defeo was there for the mass murder of his family in that home. But the question still lingers, is that house really haunted. Because in December of 1975, barely one year removed from the horrifying murders, a guy named George Lutz and his wife Kathy Lutz, they buy the house, which is 4000 ft². They buy it for a reasonable sum of 800 grand. Now, George Lutz never once called the amityville police department to report any suspicious happenings, but these people quickly left the house without their belongings at the living there only 28 days. Because they swear, it was haunted, and that's what spawned the movies. The amityville horror house movies. Now, the fails attorney William Weber is a lot more involved in this fairytale or lore than you may expect. He says that George and Kathy Lutz approached him about an idea for a book and said, we created this horror story over many bottles of wine. It's all a hoax. So those of you who think it really is haunted, according to William Weber, they created this, but wait, it gets weirder. Weber eventually brings a lawsuit against the Lutz family for taking the story of the haunting to another publishing partner and he demands a share of the profits of a cool $60 million. But they settle out of court for 2500 bucks plus 15,000 for his services connected with the book and subsequent movie. Jesus Christ, did he get robbed? That's all he got? What a movie they made 60 million. Wow. So whether you choose to believe the amityville house is haunted or not, some interesting information is still out there.

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Blake Masters: Mark Kelly Won't Admin Money Printing Is a Problem

The Dan Bongino Show

00:59 min | Last month

Blake Masters: Mark Kelly Won't Admin Money Printing Is a Problem

"So the audience wants to hear from you not me Let's just think through a couple issues the jour inflation a real problem Blake I mean the Democrats and swampy Republicans which I like and you take it to both the swamp on both sides They're starting to figure out you can't print trillions of dollars of money and suffer no repercussions So what do we do about it Well we really do have to stop this crazy crazy spending Dan I know that sounds like an old school talking point But man the economy is cratering and we know why You can't spend $6 trillion in one year and not expect any inflation My incumbent Democrat opponent Mark Kelly though He won't even admit that the money printing is the problem He literally crips the Elizabeth Warren line and says oh inflation is caused when all the greedy businessmen get together and conspire to raise prices Are they lying to us or are they economically illiterate I'm not sure but we got to throw them out of office and stop printing so much money

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 Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

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3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

"Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee police police police police are are are are investigating investigating investigating investigating three three three three more more more more shootings shootings shootings shootings these these these these ones ones ones ones deadly deadly deadly deadly I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the the shootings shootings shootings shootings took took took took place place place place late late late late Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday and and and and early early early early Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday and and and and they they they they followed followed followed followed a a a a night night night night of of of of violence violence violence violence Friday Friday Friday Friday in in in in which which which which twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one people people people people were were were were shot shot shot shot and and and and wounded wounded wounded wounded in in in in three three three three other other other other attacks attacks attacks attacks near near near near the the the the Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer form form form form in in in in downtown downtown downtown downtown Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee it's it's it's it's the the the the box box box box took took took took on on on on the the the the Boston Boston Boston Boston Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics in in in in their their their their NBA NBA NBA NBA playoff playoff playoff playoff series series series series the the the the latest latest latest latest shooting shooting shooting shooting left left left left three three three three dead dead dead dead seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen year year year year old old old old male male male male the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one year year year year old old old old man man man man and and and and a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight year year year year old old old old man man man man Friday Friday Friday Friday night's night's night's night's incidents incidents incidents incidents prompted prompted prompted prompted authorities authorities authorities authorities to to to to impose impose impose impose an an an an eleven eleven eleven eleven PM PM PM PM curfew curfew curfew curfew requiring requiring requiring requiring everyone everyone everyone everyone age age age age twenty twenty twenty twenty or or or or younger younger younger younger to to to to be be be be off off off off the the the the streets streets streets streets and and and and it it it it walks walks walks walks in in in in effect effect effect effect when when when when the the the the shootings shootings shootings shootings happened happened happened happened police police police police have have have have reported reported reported reported no no no no arrests arrests arrests arrests so so so so far far far far I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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"one year" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

05:15 min | 7 months ago

"one year" Discussed on ICYMI

"Internet around is going to be very useful. But there were some skeptics. You say, in the future, everyone's going to be wired and we'll all have to know computers. Oh, come on. That's the astronomer Clifford stole. In February 1995, he published an article in newsweek, with the headline, the Internet, bah. But like it or not, the Internet was doubling in size every 53 days, according to one estimate. By the summer of 1995, everybody had heard of it. Even if they didn't quite understand it. Internet is that massive computer network. The one that's becoming really big now what do you mean? How does one, what do you write to it like mail? It all seemed to have happened overnight. It was the summer of 95, when an online bookstore called Amazon opened for business. When people started listing their stuff for sale on auction web, soon to be renamed eBay. When wired profiled a radical new experiment in cyber love called match dot com. And when multi plexes were showing cyber thrillers like the net and hackers. And it was that June, when Paul camusso discovered the website that would change his life. He found out about it from somebody on a message board. Some random girl named Tara hardwick, who was basically posting saying, hey, my friends and I thought of a really cool idea where a group of roommates. And we're going to put our lives online. Tara hartwich website didn't exist yet. She said it was going to be called the spot. And she was explaining a little bit of how the setup was going to happen. We're going to do diary entries. And we all live in Santa Monica at this beach house, so come join us as we launch on June 6th, 1995. When that day arrived, he pointed his browser to WWW dot the spot dot com. I clicked it and it opened up and said, come on in. So I clicked the come on in button and I got to the diary page. The first thing he saw was a photo of Terra hartwick, published hours earlier. She was blond in her early 20s. And next to her picture, there was a welcome message. The net gives us all an opportunity for self expression in the most candid and provocative way. With a potential audience of 20 million and counting. And a captive audience as long as we don't disappoint. So I hope you guys out there will hang with us regularly at the spot. Share in the unpredictable wackiness that this place brings out in all of us. At the top of the page, she'd written something in bold. No box is big enough to contain our imaginations. And I thought that was the coolest comment ever. And I was hooked. That's all it took. It took that one post to hook me. Paul wasn't alone. The spot would go viral before the phrase going viral had even been invented. Reporters jockeyed for invites to Tara's house. And as the Internet exploded, corporations saw the spot as a template for making billions. All this, despite the fact, the Tara, her roommates, her house, none of them existed. It felt real. That's really all that there was to it. I mean, we were freaking we were hot as hell because there was nobody like us. What we did was a big deal. We changed the world..

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"one year" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

02:35 min | 11 months ago

"one year" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"Your team got to experience it that it's helped. It's it's bad ass zanu up. Yeah so totally worthwhile. Next week to blake so becoming in So last thoughts to lead the listeners. With a so just going back to clarity. One thing that that. When i was getting involved with casey in his mentorship i'd start asking him a bunch of questions. Like what do i do on this deal when we do on that deal and you always hold on. Take a step back. What do you want. And i would say. Well you know. I want financial freedom and i wanna do this deal at no. No what do you want like in life. take some time. Stop what you're doing. Take some time this weekend or tonight or whatever. Two hours of silence. Write down what you want. Because i think we get ask that occasionally but we kind of brush it off like we'll yeah. I want this. So i'm just going to keep doing this right now. We don't actually take time to really understand the magnitude of that question because the outcome of that question gives you total clarity in it gives you. What do i need to focus on and it gets rid of all the noise and everything else out. So that's something that has really changed our trajectory from even what i was was doing in two thousand twenty two. What we're doing now. Twenty two want is that question getting super clear on that question and then everything else becomes an afterthought so is there a certain frequency that you do. I like to do a quarterly quarterly quarterly. Just two hours in silence. Yep what is ryan. Yep and it's so powerful to reflect on that because in this business when you have successes. They're great but are you really accomplishing what you wanna do. Are you spending more time. Then you want to be working or less time. Are you spending time on the things that really matter. Think you can be really easy to get caught up in the success. And you know social media and a guru and just conquering. The world domination ryan. It doesn't matter it's all about what is important to you. And how do you implement that. No that's that's huge someone if somebody wants to get hold of you. How would they do that. So the best way is to shoot me a message at ymer investments on instagram there. Yo simple enough all right. thank you so much. Thank steve for watching.

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"one year" Discussed on Slow Burn

Slow Burn

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"one year" Discussed on Slow Burn

"The fda was not going to budge. They held the power over all interstate. Commerce of latrell. The freedom of choice committees only hope was to try to win over state lawmakers and across nineteen seventy seven to the shock of the fda. They did and again and again saturday. Indiana proved the use of lateral and today the florida legislature approved in lateral has been legalized in seven. Stay eleven states have legal. Thirteen states now have laid trump supporters seem to have the medical establishment on the run. Eventually twenty seven states would make later legal to prescribe in some cases. These bills passed by sometimes overwhelming margins and the politicians that endorse them didn't necessarily believe in trill. I'm signing the legislation but simultaneously wished to advise that. I'm absolutely convinced that there's no scientific evidence whatsoever which supports any contention that layer trail either prevents cures cancer. That's governor edwin edwards. A democrat from louisiana. John birch society members may then leading the efforts but support for lateral laws cut across the political spectrum. Everyone from the most conservative people in congress to shirley chisholm sort of famous unbutton embossed black feminist all saying they were in support legalizing laya. Trill harris poll in june nineteen. Seventy seven showed that a wide majority of the american public supported legalizing laya trail in their states. Only thirteen percent were opposed. So how we're so many people persuaded. Why did the public and the politicians get behind what had been an obscure drug that. Virtually the entire scientific community was calling worthless quackery because the leitch will lobby had framed the debate not as a matter of medical effectiveness but as a question of personal freedom i played with. Fda give us a freedom to choose our own therapy. Why should i an american citizen. Hatha go into black market or smuggle something that i should have the freedom to choose that rhetoric that americans had a right to choose what they did with their bodies might sound familiar..

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"one year" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

"Pop singer sparks an anti-gay movement. That campaign was a kick in the teeth at boy. Now we've got to get our act together. We have to really fight for our rights. a rookie. Sports caster gets a chance to make history. I don't ever remember talking to her. About how tough. It is to be in the business. You didn't have a choice. You are one then. You run the business do your job. A drug made from. Apricot pits gets touted as a cancer care. He's got signed in it and that's how it works. According to the people who say it works utter notches paul of those events and a whole lot more happened in nineteen seventy seven. I'm josh ludian. The host of slow burn season for on slates new podcast one year. We'll introduce people in america history. Everyone was coming to washington and all of them were coming with some of the most written tuten scientifically produce cavalcade of recreational drugs. You could imagine we're going to tell stories. You may have forgotten that you've never heard before and then i'm like oh my god sip. His goodie store that looks like the face of jesus was it. A blessing curse. I think that's one thing that will never know it's going to be surprising and strange and moving one year. Nineteen seventy seven coming on july eighth wherever you get your podcasts..

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"one year" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

"Pop singer sparks an anti-gay movement. That campaign was a kick in the teeth at boy. Now we've got to get our act together. We have to really fight for our rights. a rookie. Sports caster gets a chance to make history. I don't ever remember talking to her. About how tough. It is to be in the business. You didn't have a choice. You are one then. You run the business do your job. A drug made from. Apricot pits gets touted as a cancer care. He's got signed in it and that's how it works. According to the people who say it works utter notches all of those events and a whole lot more happened in nineteen seventy seven. I'm josh ludian. The host of slow burn season for on slates new podcast one year. We'll introduce each people in america history. Everyone was coming to washington and all of them were coming with some of the most written tuten scientifically produce cavalcade of recreational drugs. You could imagine we're going to tell stories. You may have forgotten that you've never heard before and then i'm like oh my god sip his cookie store. That looks like the face of jesus. Was it a blessing curse. I mean i think that's one thing that will never know it's going to be surprising and strange and moving one year. Nineteen seventy seven coming on july eighth wherever you get your podcasts..

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"one year" Discussed on The Queen

The Queen

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on The Queen

"Pop singer sparks an anti-gay movement. That campaign was a kick in the teeth at boy. Now we've got to get our act together. We have to really fight for our rights. a rookie. Sports caster gets a chance to make history. I don't ever remember talking to her. About how tough. It is to be in the business. You didn't have a choice. You are one then. You run the business do your job. A drug made from. Apricot pits gets touted as a cancer care. He's got signed in it and that's how it works. According to the people who say it works utter notches paul of those events and a whole lot more happened in nineteen seventy seven. I'm josh ludian. The host of slow burn season for on slates new podcast. one year. We'll introduce to people that changed american history. Everyone was coming to washington and all of them were coming with some of the most written tuten scientifically produce cavalcade of recreational drugs. You could imagine we're going to tell stories. You may have forgotten that you've never heard before and then i'm like oh my god sip his cookie store. That looks like the face of jesus. Was it a blessing curse. That's one thing that will never know it's going to be surprising. And strange and moving one year. Nineteen seventy seven coming on july eighth wherever you get your podcasts..

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"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Thank. You will hoping you was. There's a me you underneath the epicenter. Causing delays sean. What as. I don't do this all the time. I just say louie la uh. This is the bed tom like a week. You it is still. I'll good still good shows. Explosively pod by love. It is upon me you wii last monday. I've played a message from average nor former three cr programmer. And a good friend of mine. If you like that interview go check out her show on triple our cold all caps some terrific updates from our radio thorne at the moment was so close to reaching a four hundred dollar target. So if you're listening would love to support us. Please do so and the way to do that is by visiting three. Cr dot org the a you slash donate. I know you don't need any convincing from me. it's important you hear from another tracy out per grammar about why you should support stations like three. Crm programs like yes borer blues. I roped former woman on the line programmer. And your servant to speak to y'all about radio phone and why stations like three cr are why tool and wouldn't exist without listen support..

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"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"You kind of like. Yeah it is what it is. I think because it at this point happens like we went through like a it was like a good majority lost year and then it happened again at the start of this year and then again like two weeks ago. I think it's just the inevitable so if has again i think i'm always prepared and it's not gonna shock me. I won't let it shocked me. Because it's just i guess a part of life now but I'm kind of at this point. Used to it so. I think i'll be ready when it does happen. So do you have any message for other students who might not be as well adjusted as you are so any comments for students going through what well i know. I know my best friend she. Sometimes she doesn't really like going online. But i i realize it's good when she has somebody like me to this till like support her and talk to her until i keep it on track so i think if you're struggling talk to your friend talk to your family. Let them are getting too. If it's with your might not be a teacher like your friends and just let them know. Currently you'll struggling and just talk to people because talking to people is better than having to deal with it by yourself and that listeners is my wonderful gorgeous cousin bill. Thanks much for coming on the show. Bill thank you for having me and that smart cookie just heard from my cousin villain who was talking about her time during lockdown and she's been managing during these challenging times from the about is three hours annual prison radius years where we share the mike we leverage. It'll entire straight out. In my in victorian presents we started in two thousand and two this year marks. Twenty is on the they show to chaining at eleven. Am h morning for monday. July two friday july the mind for beyond the bows twenty. Twenty one for more information head to our website. Three dot oled forward slash beyond the lord's.

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"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Not engage down the stream and it seems like it's taking five hundred years. Bless these lips open in the tree even here. i thought that was held. Yes yes yes. Yes yup and then it soon online at you okay. We go tree than getting past the lips. Liberal sixty nine. Why am i strangely. Attracted to this vietnam. Where's he from. I e arthur. Something e. a. R. t. h. Earning the definitely silent. Yeah aren't irked. Shed next and that was doja cat. Fishing says our with kiss me more. Common sasha change libraries online collection educational resources for those campaign to social change. It collects cure writes and distributes k. Lessons and resources progressive. Movement's around australia and across the globe the library and close the five hundred raises covering campaign strategy organizing activist history digital campaigning diversity inclusion and much much more it's freight access the library so check out the collection at www dot commons library common. Social change library is tracy supporter Hi fi learn. Welcome to the s forum blurs. Hi this is really exciting. Because i'm chatting to my cousin who i spoke to las jer in twenty twenty about her experience of studying from hiram so today away catching up to see what's changed. What stayed the say. And all those good question so billon so a year on from lockdown. Tell us what's happened. Since i think mainly just family like having everybody mum semi mom my dad and my sister wall at home and i feel like all of us through lockdown. Although we did get into faisal everybody did. We did get close and we did. I saw a different side of my family which was really good and it meant that. I had a lot of support during lockdown and that i was able to have people to lean on and talk to when you know lie forcing going invest. Obviously because of look down sir in school Like for online. I think the best thing for like for me was probably. I talked a lot with my friends. Like i'd facetime them or uses app courthouse party and i talk to them like every period. I think that helped me a lot. But also just like the support i had from. My family really helped me kept me going one. We lost spoke. You said that you know lockdown was going okay for you there. There were perks to studying from time. Now that you're back in school is this what you prefer or other elements of spending from home that you wish or that. You miss Doing online school was good. Had it's like getting up lighter than i had to get up. I was able to sleep in. I didn't have to get ready every day. I guess i wasn't putting like one hundred percent of my work. But then now that i'm back at school i do have to get up early. I have to catch public transport. I have to be focused in class. And i have to get my work done in class. So i'd 'cause the lockdown a lotta time i would do half the session. They'd come back to it and then do the work. But now i have to get it done in that time period of behind but i think one thing i miss is probably the flexibility and from online i was able to like take my time. If i didn't wanna do work the start of the session. I could do it later on but now i have to like i said i have to get to work on and i have to work at the pace that everybody else works out. Not my That's i mean it's not good to hear but it's interesting for anyone to hear this t here. That working from home or starting from home does have its perks right. I think a lot of the time we assumed that students doing work at home would create havoc and it did for some students but there were other students who also in our own drew a lot of benefits from it. so i think that's important What was the transition like. So when you went back to school on a regular basis. What was that like. Was it easier to adjust. I think at the start. It was kind of easy because we back at the end of the term so there wasn't a lot to like we really spent like maybe a month back at school and then we will on holidays but i think the start of this year has been difficult especially from like me and i know a lot of other people. Because we didn't do. I know for me. I didn't do a lot of work last year. Like it was a lot like second round and not getting the work done. And now i have to go back into an like an environment as i said before. I have to do all the work. So i think sometimes it does get a little bit stressful does get like like a work overload because i am so out so quickly now because i really do not do any work last year. So that's one thing especially because i had exams to do that was a struggle for me because i had to do a whole lot like a whole lot more preparation that i did not do last year and actually all the work that i had been studying. I understand that i learnt it and like knew how to do it in order to do my best listeners. You might notice a lot of background noise a map. A family house where birth at a family house sophie. Here some family in the background. That is why it's from there in twenty twenty one. We had to lockdowns. And i want to know what was that like for you. I didn't struggle. it was more i like. It was kind of easy. 'cause i went back to not doing really anything but in some like the second luxury it interfered on my exams or some of them got cancelled but not really i mean i didn't it was i think it see my friends which i think i had gotten so used to see them. Obviously but then we went back until oxygen and then it was like obviously see them so that was a bit hard. 'cause i did miss them a lot and i did like. I relied on them for some things so not seeing them was a little bit of a struggle but other than that looked good. It was good to get back to like slate like waking up later. That's one thing i did enjoy about it. Have you thought about in the future How you will handle another lockdown like is that something that i suppose keeps you up at night or are.

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"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"On a family house which you can imagine was very loud so be warned if you hear a churning noise in the background it's most likely mom coke giving a lecture so try to ignore that if you can but that's later in the show hanged high up now is a song that bill chose and it's called kiss me more bisazza and doja cat. I hope you like her song choice. Because she really put some effort into what levels Buck not gonna be.

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"one year" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"Dark okay. But this is hollywood baby like give me the log line. This is this is not hollywood. This is real life nick. I'm already not listening. I'm already listening to someone else's pitch you know what nick told me. I was telling him about a book. I was reading. It was about a woman in her career in nichols like nichols like it needs a love story whereas the heterosexual sis gender love story. Why did i lie. Did you agent for that. Get a book deal nobody. I started my own company. deny true. where's a love story. The love story is between me and the fucking products fair. Speaking of love stories urine. My love story celebrates anniversary last week but we had a killer interview last week so he said you know what. We've waited fifty two weeks to celebrate our one year anniversary. What is one more week. So we're celebrating our one year at fifty three weeks so sue us. It's our podcast right. You get me whether you get for one year. Well i did. Assemble all of the questions that we received for our q. And episode so we should do them and just everybody knows that means next screengrabbed then yup. Let's go into. This is a great question to begin with. Firstly this person says love. The pod listened to it all the time while getting ready for and i cut off with. They're getting ready for. I just order myself. Some soft services. Can we try now onto my question. What goes into planning each episode of the pod thinking of starting my own. Well let's be real for nothing if not real it took. I would say how long before we released our first episode like a few months of strategizing. Well i do remember. It took us a while to you. Can't be perfectionist right. You just have to put something out there. That's what we land macy. Gray once said done is better than perfect. You know sheryl sandberg did and so. There's that and i think honestly nick and i are in constant communication and untaxed. Dm twitter dm. I think in. Tell me if you agree with this but to me preparing for the podcast doesn't feel like work because it's actually what i love to do which is keep abreast of what's going on in pop culture and beauty so it's what i would do naturally but now i have a reason to do it like figuring out sort of what are the trends like what are we seeing the way we collect all of the stories. We're gonna talk about is through as you said. Dm's and texts and sharing tweets etcetera. But i think in terms of prep took a few months to hone in on what the segments would be and how we would kind of create a flow from beginning to end the podcast. We wanted to do it well. And so we didn't wanna half ass production so we spent a lot of time looking for an amazing producer. Who found named jesse men who we shout out all the time and.

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"one year" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"You out there to do something to create memories. Don't disallow data go by now. Time is too valuable for that just to let a day go by just to get through the day. What's the point in going through something if you're not headed towards something don't just go through goto sure destination. My gosh. this reminds me of a sermon. Preached way way way way way back when up priest about separation preparation destination and how we have to separate from some things that are holding us back on then we have to prepare. We need some preparation in order to reach our destination every day. You have a destination. You have spots in between. You're preparing yourself but each day. You have a destination probably have more than one. Are you reaching your destination or you just travelling through as as a runner someone who runs you know. I used to be someone who hated to run. I hate it running. Even if it was around the corner. I will get him a car. That's why i worked hard. I worked hard to to be able to afford a car to get from point. Eight point b. But i can tell you if someone who now runs there's so much inbetween point a point. Be when i run. I see so many things. I didn't know because i was just speeding. I was just trying to get. He is trying to go here. i was. I was moving without care without honoring time. Not even honoring the destination. It was more need to get here and get hit in. Get over here and and i was doing busy work. I was just trying to get through the day but running taught me how to appreciate the memories of the inbetween. Y'all go out increase memories as we don't just go to work head toward purpose. Don't just go home. Embarked toward connection crease memories. That unlike your shoes unlike your shirt unlike your nails unlike your haircut creates a memories that will last you a lifetime. Y'all i was thinking about today's in the phrase one year later popped up my mind one year later..

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"one year" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

AFF on AIR Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

"If you're listening to this podcast a year ago and specifically to episode thirty two. You you might remember my interview on riquet. Pereira from dreyfus dot up house in lisbon portugal on the twelfth of march. Two thousand and twenty seven. That's now just starting very. I was a guest enriquez. Tellingly has been right as the coronavirus pandemic started to take over the world and shutdown international travel. I had arrived at this hostile just two days earlier and on this just happened to be the hostels grand opening day. I was the second guest to arrive and then two days later on the totem march when we recorded that interview the hostile was forced to close. I was the second end last kissed at the time shortly afterwards. Portugal then went into lockdown. And i came back to australia. Is the borders closed. At the time on riquet in the team at drape his startup house had no idea where the hostility of. It'd be able to reopen and i. I think i recall in that interview. We were talking about whether things improving one two or four months. I mean well now. It's being twelve months in still things are not completely back to normal but what happened next well year on. I'm joined now on the on air. Podcasts once again today by on vaca- pereira who is now the general manager at drapes dot up house in lisbon. Welcome back on ricky. Thank you matthew. Thank you thank you so much for day for invites. It's a pleasure to be here with you not here because we are a across the globe. You are in australia in portugal. Yeah but it's a real pleasure to talk with you one year later. Yes which much more insights about of y'all situation much more than we were when we were talking one year ago. Yeah absolutely and let me last time. We were sitting in the same room this time. There's an eleven hour time difference between between us but it's still it's a pleasure to have you back on so i guess in simple terms as possible. What happened over the last year since we recorded that last interview. So it's been. It's been a bumpy road so you work together. In march two thousand and wendy matthew as matthew said was our first guest a in the h. so in march two thousand and twenty. The situation was unclear right we wore. We knew that something was happening. In china we knew that it was going to europe when we were at the hostel Our first gazing portugal in the second of march so on the tenth of march as matthew were saying we had to close and since then the the rose was bumpy because it was ups and downs Just after march we went to our first lock down and for me and i think for for the majority of the population. It was the first lock down the that i had to do. We had to the hostile so since from march to june we closed. The hostel was doing an walk down. Basically it was a severe walk down in our house for twenty four hours. You just could leave for groceries or an hygenic welk..

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"one year" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on CXMH

"'cause i work from home now and so like sometimes i just need to like go drive around to be part of the world you know. I know a lot of people are like. Hey you can only zoom with your friends so many times. That's totally fair. Yeah dave hughes who. We both know on twitter. I did a training with him towards the beginning of those about trauma and stuff and he had this line that i i've thought about ever since where he said. Your screen doesn't have a nervous system right so like the idea that we can have the sense of like regulation and all that is is removed. Which is why it feels so defined like hanging out with people then on zoom so trying to find ways of maintaining community or things like that. Even if it's like ham just getting kind of scraping the bottom of the barrel we can. We can talk to each other across the street or you know. Yeah yeah is still somewhat helpful. You know just trying to find ways of of those things because they are important. Yeah and safety is important to those are really. Those are really good those about you. Are you thinking if there's anything else. I see you like That was like. I don't know if i really answered the question but i don't remember it started. No i asked you what what's been helpful over the last year. I mean i. i think. I'd honestly echo a lot of them. I mean you talked about episodes and you started mentioning one or two. But i think for our listeners. I do hope you'll go back through if if the you feel as though this would be helpful for you. I know going back through some of those earlier episodes when this first started i think were really relevant and as you re experience some of the emotions or thoughts or sensations tied to this like you know as we round out one year. Some of those earlier episodes might be helpful. Can i say one more thing please. Yes i was just gonna say. I think it's also important both for me and and also just to to throw it out there listeners. That when we talk about things that are helpful or whatever right that yes. The measure of success isn't like i found the perfect solution to make nothing distressing anytime i because that can be kind of held up as like. Oh we'll just you know what coping so need here. What the need here. Whatever and the reality is like there's going to be times where like nothing seems to be that helpful. And i'm just upset like that's okay right. That doesn't mean like. Oh well i should have found another one right being okay with that. I think back to it was. Halloween was the first time. I got like very angry. Like shifted to like an angry response of being so angry at where we were because gray obviously was like a two and a half right like this was kind of like the first time that he could have gone trick or treating understood what was happening in any capacity and he couldn't me. We went to his houses that we knew went to their house and then went over to their house and they like given some candy from afar and it and i was angry that that had been robbed from him right..

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"one year" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on CXMH

"Back to the xm age. My name is dr. Holly ach sandler. And i am joined as always by my co host robert war this week. We are doing something a little bit different compared to normal Typically we do like an intro and then we often have a guest on to chat with us about a topic but this week we really wanted to honor the fact that we have now officially reached the one year anniversary of of covid nineteen being declared a pandemic. so we'll dive into that and just a little bit. But i wanna i check in and say hi robert. Hey holy power. How are you doing today. I'm good i'm good. It's a little bit of a strange day. I think conceptually which will obviously talk about but other than that kind of a pretty normal day which even the fact that it feels like a normal day is a little bit strange but You know kind of exciting to be here recording with you and doing something a little bit different than normal even if excited is kind of a weird word for it. Yeah yeah i hear you. How are you. we're good. I'm doing good. I think it's probably very similar. It's you know where the kids have off this week for week. And i know my university. We are not doing a stink as spring break in. So there's been kind of a little bit of juggling between not but it's been it's been pretty okay Korean is celebrating our ten year anniversary tomorrow as being recorded so To that funds. Thank you you know. We had hoped or thought that our ten year anniversary would be celebrated like on an east coast beach with our friends and family but of course that is not what is happening this year. And that is okay. 'cause i'm just grateful that we get to be together. We've got the kids and it's all good. Yeah so But i just with you in recognising the complexity of this day and the weight of this day and of course we are recording it on march eleventh..

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"one year" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"one year" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"What is your one year plan. Pay there. I'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. Join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar companies. What's up everybody. Is this kevin daisy ten year vision or a b. hag a big hairy audacious goal or even a three or five year. Plan in your mind where your company is going to be or where your businesses gonna be. Then you're not going to get there if you don't have a one year plan so this is something that you can actually see in imagine obtaining within a short amount of time one year so you need to look at in a one year plan that supports your tenure plan and of course yet a three to five year plan the supporter tenure plan. But a one plan is something again. Is something that you have a lot more control over. You don't know what's going to happen from now between now and ten years. It's just not something. We can process but one year is something you can again for us. We have three goals for the year for the company. Personally i have more goals in that. It's more like nothing. Five or six main goals i'm working towards and there's a more habits and things do on a daily basis. That are not necessarily a goal. Like my business has where we want to a certain amount of revenue. We wanna hire more salespeople and so on put together a one year plan say you know today. I'm here in one year. Here's where we want to be. And if you're not sure about this plane yourself the entrepreneur. You're the visionary. Then go to your team if you have a team a manager team or just a small team or you just got started talking about where you see the company going but also get feedback from them. What do they see the company going. It might not be aligned with what you're thinking if you're the ultimate entrepreneur illusionary. You might be saying. I want to be at two million next year and then your team comes back. Says i think we can be one million next year. And you're like oh you guys are not thinking on the same page here so you need to get on the same page with your team especially management team on where you're thinking that you're going to go because then once you get that plan or that that goal then you can backtrack it and put some reality in there. I wanna two million from one million. Okay what does that mean. Your team's gonna say well that's that's going to be really hard. You need to hire more people if we do that. I can't take on that. Many more clients where we need more sales people in order to get there but once you had that goal set you can plan on how you're gonna pain that goal right. Okay we need to hire more people. We need to make partnerships with this anymore affiliates. Were searching do partners referral partners whatever. It may be whatever your goal is right and you start to plan out the quarter each quarter okay. Each quarter we have to hit this in order to be on track. Then you take it to the month each month. We have to do this in order to be on track. And if you want to you can take it down to the weekly level or daily activities but at least break down the head the year the quarter in the month. And then you've got to reevaluate each quarter. Hey where were we did. We hit hit a numbers. Do we not her. Numbers was the goal off and on i would recommend. Don't move the goal just fail. Don't move the goal. If i say that i wanna go from one million to two million and say well it's just moved the goal and make it easy Work two months in must move. It's a one point five million and you don't even make that goal right so you got a good chance of not hitting either goal go. Hi don't burn herself out but she for the higher goal so if you don't plan you're not gonna get their air. Can i did this last year. We we're going to get to a certain number with actually no plan per quarter per month on actually how we're gonna get there. The didn't go to plan. We didn't get there. We got about halfway up to where we wanted to go so that it shows you what will happen if you don't plan union to track it have. Kpi's look at it every single month in readjust. What you're doing to get there. Don't move the goalpost. How much more successful would you be if you could harness the experience of a group of successful business owners. Well that is the exact group of people that we have. In our business grew mastermind. Check out more information at array mentor dot com..

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